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Why is PM Modi’s visit to Mangarh important for BJP today? understand

PM Narendra Modi Mangarh Dham visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Mangarh Dham in Banswara district of Rajasthan today (on November 1). The Dhuni Vandana program is being organized by the Union Ministry of Culture under the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence in Mangarh Dham. By joining this, PM Modi will address the tribal community. On this occasion, PM Modi can declare Mangarh Dham as a National Monument.

PM Modi’s visit to Mangarh Dham is special because from here he will simultaneously address voters of three states – Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. Mangarh Dham is the area around which the influence of the tribal community is believed to be in the 99 assembly seats of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. Actually, 25 assembly seats in Rajasthan, 27 in Gujarat and 47 in Madhya Pradesh are reserved for Scheduled Tribes. The influence of the tribal community is also considered in about 40 Lok Sabha seats in the three states.

Political meaning of PM Modi’s Mangarh tour

In PM Modi’s rally, tribals of Banswara, Dungarpur in Rajasthan, Dahod, Mahisagar in Gujarat and Jhabua and Alirajpur districts of Madhya Pradesh will reach. BJP hopes that the PM’s visit to Mangarh will strengthen the party’s hold on tribal seats. It is noteworthy that the assembly elections are to be held in Gujarat this year and Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh elections will be held next year.

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During this visit of PM Modi, the Chief Ministers of all the three states- Bhupendra Patel, Ashok Gehlot and Shivraj Singh Chouhan will also be present in the program. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to Mangarh Dham after taking time out from his three-day Gujarat tour.

Why is Mangarh important for tribals?

Mangarh Dham is considered to be the center of faith and devotion of the tribals. A very painful history is attached to this place. It is also called Jallianwala Bagh of Rajasthan. In fact, on November 17, 1913, the British surrounded the hill of Mangarh Dham and fired indiscriminately, in which about 1,500 tribals were martyred. The tribals fought for independence under the leadership of their community’s Saint Govind Guru.

Important for the tribals, this Dham has not got national recognition till date. Therefore, PM Modi can announce to make this place a national monument. It is believed that PM Modi will reach Mangarh Dham at 10.50 am. Preparations have been completed for PM’s rally. After this PM Modi will return to Gujarat. According to the PM’s schedule, on Tuesday (November 1) he will also visit Morbi.

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